Level 3 Health & Safety In The Workplace Online Course
This online Level 3 Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace training course
aims to provide managers and supervisors with a thorough understanding of the different
aspects of health and safety in the workplace.
The course goes into detail about
every area of health and safety that businesses may encounter, providing information
on undertaking effective risk assessments and ensuring that relevant, sufficient
and appropriate control measures are in place.
The course gives an in-depth guide
on health and safety legislation and aims to raise awareness of the responsibilities
that all managers and supervisors are expected to maintain.
- Ensures compliance with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and the Management of
Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999
- Developed by health and safety professionals
- Accredited by CPD
- Fully online course and assessment with no time limits
- Full audio voiceover
- Approximate duration: 10 hours
- On completion, certificate is posted the next working day
Who Should Take this Online Level 3 Health and Safety in the Workplace Training
This Level 3 Health and Safety course is suitable for all supervisors and managers
who have a responsibility for providing high health and safety standards in the
workplace. This includes those who have a responsibility for training employees,
maintaining standards and enforcing a positive health and safety culture at work.
Do You Comply With the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974?
Under Section 2 of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, employers have a duty to provide training for their employees
to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, their health and safety at work.
The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 identify situations where health and safety training is particularly
- Training for new recruits.
- Training for when people change jobs or take on extra responsibilities.
- Training for young, more vulnerable employees.
- Refresher training where existing skills need updating.
The Health and Safety (Training for Employment) Regulations 1990 also state that learners doing work experience must be
covered by health and safety law and so will also require training.
This online health and safety induction course ensures that you comply with these laws by providing an adequate level of
information suitable for all employees.'
On successful completion of the course you will be sent a quality assured certificate through the post the next working
day. This can be used to provide evidence for compliance and audit.
All of our courses are accredited by the CPD Certification Service as conforming
to universally accepted Continuous Professional Development (CPD) guidelines.
This course is also approved by RoSPA, the Royal Society for the Prevention of
Accidents, as providing quality and content-approved training.
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The course is divided into twenty four accessible, interactive modules and includes
an assessment at the end.
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- Introduction – why health and safety is important, occupational, environmental
and human factors, risk assessments and the competent person.
- Legislation – primary and secondary legislation, employer and employee duties,
approved codes of practice, enforcement officers and penalties.
- Reporting and Investigating Accidents – the accident triangle, legal requirements,
RIDDOR, occupational diseases and investigations.
- The Workplace and Work Equipment – slips and trips, reducing the risks, lighting,
existing equipment, new equipment and mobile work equipment.
- Fire and Explosion – employer duties, the responsible person, the fire triangle
and the fire risk assessment.
- Fire and Explosion Part 2 – fire detection and warning systems, escape routes,
evacuation procedures, emergency lighting, fire extinguishers, safety signs and
preparing an emergency plan.
- Electricity – electrical risk assessments, eliminating and reducing risk,
safe installations, portable equipment, safety devices, working near electricity,
underground cables, overhead power lines, explosive atmosphere, maintaining equipment
and dealing with electric shocks.
- Working at Height – legislation, hierarchy of control measures, risk reduction,
equipment, fragile surfaces, vehicles, training and emergency procedures.
- Vehicles – the law, risk assessments, traffic routes, work site visibility,
work site speed, signs, signals and markings, lighting, parking and visiting drivers.
- Vehicles Part 2 – design and maintenance of vehicles, immobilisation, driver
standards, reversing, signallers and deliveries.
- Vehicles Part 3 – coupling and uncoupling, loading and unloading, tipping,
avoiding overturns and avoiding falls.
- Violence – the law, risk factors, control measures, generic, individual and
departmental risk assessments, the work environment and training.
- Alcohol and Drugs – alcohol and drugs policies, alcohol and drug screenings,
drug misuse and legislation.
- Hazardous Substances (COSHH) – routes of entry, ill health effects, the law,
complying with regulations, assessing risks, exposure prevention, workplace exposure
limits, personal protective equipment, monitoring and surveillance.
- Hazardous Substances (COSHH) Part 2 – flammable and dangerous substances,
flammable liquids, dusts and gases, asthma causing substances, asbestos and lead.
- Noise – measuring noise, effects of noise, the law, supply of equipment, risk
assessments, purchasing policy, reducing noise, personal protective equipment and
- Vibration – hand-arm vibration, whole body vibration, effects, the law, manufacturers
and suppliers, assessing risks, eliminating and reducing risks and health surveillance.
- Ergonomics – improving health and safety, display screen equipment, manual
handling, work related stress, assessing the risks and control measures.
- Manual Handling – avoiding manual handling, assessing risks, HSE guidelines,
twisting, detailed risk assessments, task, load, environment and individual capacity.
- Manual Handling Part 2 – mechanical aids, changing the layout, personal protective
equipment, lifting, pushing and pulling and training.
- Stress, Welfare, First Aid and Emergency Procedures – workplace stress, medical
conditions, causes of stress, control measures, employee welfare, first aid and
- A Positive Workplace Culture – benefits and foundations of a positive culture,
safety representatives, paid time off, inspection of the workplace, safety committees
and team briefings.
- Role of Managers, Supervisors and PPE – managers, supervisors, personal protective
equipment, the law, hazards, training, PPE maintenance and CE marking.
- Staff Motivation, Training, Conflicts and Disputes – motivating staff, benefits
of training, the training process and resolving disputes and conflict.
Aims of the Online Level 3 Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace Training
By the end of this course, learners will:
- Understand health and safety legislation.
- Know how to report and investigate accidents.
- Understand the roles of managers, supervisors and personal protective equipment.
- Know how to deal with stress, welfare, conflict, motivation, staff training, first aid and emergency procedures.
- Understand the risks associated with:
- The workplace and work equipment.
- Fire and explosion.
- Working at height.
- Violence, drugs and alcohol.
- Hazardous substances.
- Noise and vibration.
- Manual handling.
The online assessment is taken on completion of the training material. You will
be asked 60 multiple choice questions with a pass mark of 75%. The
answers are marked automatically so you will instantly know whether you have passed.
If you don't pass don't worry! You can take the test as many times as you need with
no extra charge.
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